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Sen. Marco Rubio Helps Rick Harrison Open Pawn Plaza

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Marco Rubio and Rick Harrison
Marco Rubio and Rick Harrison
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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio helped Rick Harrison open Pawn Plaza on Friday night. Pawn Stars’ Harrison has been helping the Republican presidential candidate campaign. [EaterWire]

LA Lakers’ shooting guard Kobe Bryant dined at STK at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Monday night. The 17-time NBA All-Star, in Vegas for the Lakers’ annual NBA preseason game on Tuesday night, dined in one of STK's private dining rooms with a small party. The group ordered mac and cheese and a large sirloin served family-style. [EaterWire]

Actor Rob Lowe dined at STK at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas over the weekend. The Parks and Recreation actor, in town with his wife to celebrate his son Matthew’s 22nd birthday, dined in one of STK's private dining rooms, where the group ordered foie gras and a large sirloin served family-style with sweet potato donuts served for dessert. [EaterWire]

Actor Edward James Olmos dined with cutman Jacob "Stitch" Duran at Andiamo Italian Steakhouse at the D Las Vegas on Thursday night. [EaterWire]

DJ Carnage dined at Lavo Italian Restaurant at the Palazzo with friends on Friday night. The group ordered a Caesar salad, chicken marsala, calamari and the restaurant’s meatballs. [EaterWire]


Silentó. Photo: Tony Tran

Hip hop artist Silentó dined at Tao Asian Bistro at the Venetian on Friday night with a group of friends. [EaterWire]

Singer Bruno Mars dined at Alain Ducasse’s new Rivea at the Delano on Friday night. [EaterWire]

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